Pioneer Raid

30 DEC - 23 MAR (departure on Sundays)

This most popular beginner/intermediate circuit will take you to a multitude of pretty 'outfitters'. Hidden deep in the woods of the Hautes Laurentides and Haute Mauricie regions, these typically Canadian accommodations, run by and for the people of the forest, will charm you for sure. Along the route, on a network of fabulous well-maintained marked trails, you will come across a series of panoramas and viewpoints that will be forever etched in your memory. Mountains and valleys, lakes and forests, streams and rivers will certainly be part of the images you will fill your cameras with. If luck smiles on us, even the photos of certain wild beasts may slip into it.

Beginner / intermediate level, this raid is perfect for a first excursion. Its pace adaptable to your abilities, its short stages on beautiful, wide and safe trails make it an excursion that lends itself very well to participants of all sexes, ages and levels of physical ability.

Looking forward to welcoming you with us this winter for a memorable excursion!

I now invite you to read the details of your stay…

Highlights of the stay

Authenticity – Comfort – Conviviality

Typical charm of outfitters

Raid in the middle of the forest, far from cities and off the beaten track

Duration and reservation

7 days – 6 nights – 4 motorized days

Private group of 6 snowmobiles or more

Included in the package

Welcome to Montreal

Round trip transportation from Montreal to our base

Welcome cocktail upon arrival

Full board in double occupancy

2023 BRP 900 ACE Snowmobiles

600 km to 800 km according to your choices during the course

Access rights to FCMQ federated trails

Civil liability insurance for damage to third parties of $1,000,000 per snowmobile

Oil and fuel

Full face helmet with heated visor

All the necessary equipment (boots, gloves, 2-piece extreme cold suit)

New hood (offered)

Waterproof bag for transporting your personal belongings

Certified and professional guide guarantee

Breakdown assistance / snowmobile replacement in the event of a mechanical problem

Equipment required for any emergency (GPS, satellite phone, first aid kit, survival equipment

Non-alcoholic drinks included

Applicable taxes

Not included in the package

Return flight

Alcoholic beverages excluding tastings

Deposit/deductible of $2500 +taxes (pre-authorization not debited)

Tip your guide



SUNDAY - DAY 1 Reception and transfer: Montreal Airport - Hotel Golf Nominingue
As soon as you arrive on Canadian soil, you will be taken care of by a member of our team who will take care of your transport taking you directly to our facilities at the Hotel Golf Nominingue.

No stopping, no waiting, no rental center, all the vehicles and equipment you will need will be at your disposal on site. When you arrive, you will be allocated pretty warm rooms. You will then be invited to have a small welcome cocktail and to meet the guide who will accompany you for the week.

An overview of the program and a question-and-answer session during a delicious dinner will then be on the menu. You will finally be able to go and rest and catch up a bit, the adventure starts early tomorrow!!

Finally arrived!
MONDAY - DAY 2: Hotel Golf Nominingue - Rabaska Outfitter (130km)
Are you ready ?

Following the hearty traditional Quebec breakfast with a high calorific intake to better counter the cold, we will assign you your snowmobiles and equipment. Do not be afraid, detailed explanations on the operation of the machines and on the safety instructions to be applied will guarantee you a pleasant and easy handling. A short step will take you to a relay where you will be treated to a delicious hot meal.

Once well filled and familiar with your mount, you will leave to discover the paths which border the famous Petit Train du Nord. During the day, you will visit the villages of Nominingue, Chute-Saint-Philippe and Ferme-Neuve and then take a break and have a bite to eat at the Montagne du Diable relay. You will then see the Baskatong Reservoir from the CIP towers, the highest vantage point in the area.

Let's try to get back early, the jacuzzis are waiting for us at the Rabaska Outfitter.
TUESDAY - DAY 3: Pouvoirie Rabaska - Pourvoirie Fer à Cheval (150km)
Here we go, we leave the nest. . .

Once your breakfast is over, you will finally leave to discover the jewels of the immense Canadian forests. Heading north you will stop in the forest to have lunch by a small fire and then head to the comfort of the Pourvoirie du Fer à Cheval. The warm atmosphere of this outfitter deep in the woods and its delicious menu will certainly warm you up after such a beautiful day.
WEDNESDAY - DAY 4: Fer à Cheval Outfitter - 100 Lacs Outfitter (150km)
It's so beautiful and so big!

Once up and well fed, you will continue the adventure north towards the Pourvoirie 100 Lacs. You will see up close some of the impressive power line installations that cross the province to supply electricity to the major cities further south. During this day, you will observe a visibly different and constantly changing vegetation and experience the feeling of being alone in the world thanks to the large uninhabited spaces. After lunch in the relay, you will have the chance to see the vestiges of logging: clear cuts, selective cuts as well as vast reforested areas. A tasty dinner and a good night's rest will be in order.
Sleep well!
THURSDAY - DAY 5: 100 Lacs Outfitter - Cabin in nature (200km)
We're going home!

Now is the time to head south. For this last day, several shortcuts and detours will be available to you, according to your preferences: dams, rivers, lakes, winding or linear paths. On your way, a meal stop is planned at Pourvoirie Mekoos where you will find a collection of stuffed animals all from the Quebec forest. Vigilance will be required as you get closer to civilization and gradually see more and more snowmobilers on the trails. Photo sessions, a very light off-piste course and a small aperitif in the forest are on the program.

Once back, you will enjoy the comfort of the Hotel Golf Nominingue. Tasting of Canadian wines and Quebec cheeses.

Enjoy your meal !!
FRIDAY - DAY 6: Chalet in nature - Chalet in nature
This morning you can sleep in, it's day off!

You can take the opportunity to relax at the chalet or choose one of our à la carte activities.

Time flies so fast, it's already your last night with us.
SATURDAY - DAY 7 • Transfer and departure: Chalet in nature - Montreal Airport
Already finished !

All good things must come to an end, after breakfast you will be transferred to Montreal, the French-speaking metropolis of North America. On the way, we have for you a quick visit to Parc Omega, a private wildlife reserve where you will have the chance to see a variety of Canadian wildlife in their wild environment. Depending on your preference, your driver will drop you off downtown, at your hotel or at the airport around noon. This being the end of our services.

Congratulations and see you very soon!




Snowmobile / Buggy 4h (€250) - 6h (€350)
Dog sledding 2h (€150) - 3h (€190) - 5h (€240)
Snowshoeing in the forest 2h (€20) - 4h (€35)
Sugar shack meal: Traditional Quebec meal and maple syrup tasting 2h (€30)
Ice fishing: Introduction to ice fishing 2h (€40) - 4h (€60)
Omega Park: Discovery of North American wildlife (€40)
Trapper activity and discovery of local fauna 3h (€100) - 5h (€150)
Last night upgrade, Mont Tremblant Village visit, 5-star hotel at the foot of the slopes (€170)
Free extension of stay in Montreal (€125)
Free extension of stay in Quebec (€175)
Go on an adventure!

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